Duty Free Philippines gets nomination for 2019 Moodie Davitt Digital Awards

Manila, Philippines—Duty Free Philippines Corporation (DFPC) has been shortlisted for two categories at this year’s Moodie Davitt Digital Awards.

The country’s only duty and tax-free travel retail company is nominated  for the “Best use of Facebook” and “Best use of Instagram” among the 170 shortlisted finalists across 21 categories.

The DFPC is nominated alongside with Changi Airport, Dubai Duty Free, Copenhagen Airport, Delhi Duty Free Services, The Shilla Duty Free, Bristol Aiport, Lotte Duty Free, and among others.

On its 6th year, The Moodie Davitt Digital Awards recognize best practice in social & digital media and marketing among airports, airport retail and food & beverage.

Winners will be revealed later this month after extensive evaluation by The Moodie Davitt Report in-house panel led by its Chief Technology Officer Matt Willey.

“This year’s final line-up represents a diverse geographical masterclass of digital innovation and excellence. It also throws up some intriguing trends in the industry’s use of digital media,” Willy said in an article published by the Moodie Davitt Report.

Stay updated with news and information from Duty Free Philippines by visiting their website at http://www.dutyfree.gov.ph.

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